Cyber Security Week - Frenchay, Glenside and Bower Ashton
What is it about?
Following the success of previous years, the event was back and bigger than before. This year focused on raising awareness and promoting good behaviours in various security risk scenarios, with a week-long series of free fun, interactive and educational activities.
This year our games technology students created the online game i-Patch Pirates to address the themes below. The game is still available to play although there is no more treasure to be won other than the doubloons in the game.
Processes, individual behaviours and technologies all combine to protect our information and IT systems from cyber-crime.
Information security is everyone's busines.
"As the threat of cyber-attacks grow, it is the responsibility of everyone to help mitigate the risks posed."
When and Where?
15th - 19th October 2018
During the week we held physical events at Frenchay, Glenside and Bower Ashton, with the online game 'i-Patch Pirates' being accessible to everyone throughout UWE Bristol.
The arcade machines have now been relocated around UWE Bristol and are still available to play. Please see the arcade machine locations here.
The week started well for the FET pirates but after a week of fierce and persistent battling it was the SER galleon who gained victory with the average pirate score of 32,125 - way to go!
Congratulations to all the highest scoring pirates of 2018.